Maersk Honam will be resurrected in second half of 2019

Maersk Honam will be towed to South Korea next month to be rebuilt after the fatal fire on board the ship in the spring of last year which cost several crew members their lives.

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Container ship Maersk Honam will again join Maersk Line's fleet in the second half of 2019.

Since the fatal fire on board the ship in March last year, in which five crew members were killed, the ship has been berthed in Jebel Ali Port, where Maersk together with authorities, insurance companies and several other stakeholders have been working on a plan for the ship. This plan has now been settled, Maersk tells ShippingWatch.

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